convosco

GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese convosco, from con +‎ vosco, the latter from Vulgar Latin vōscum, from Latin vōbīscum.

PronounEdit

convosco

  1. with you (plural)

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese convosco, from con +‎ vosco, the latter from Vulgar Latin vōscum, from Latin vōbīscum.

PronunciationEdit

 

  • Hyphenation: con‧vos‧co

AdverbEdit

convosco

  1. with you (plural)
    • (Can we date this quote?), Gregório de Mattos, Assim pois vós sabeis de tudo:
      Convosco meu ser se abraça, e não pareçam delírios procurar cândidos lírios da vossa divina graça.
      With you my existence hugs itself, and shall not look deliriums look for candid lilies of your holy grace.

Usage notesEdit

  • Despite the fact the pronoun vós is used in only a few dialects of Portugal, convosco is used in the whole country.
  • In Brazil, vós became vocês outside archaic and liturgical occasions, like in most dialects of Portugal, but the other forms (vosso, vos and convosco) disappeared too.